From now on, Microsoft Teams is available for Linux users as a public preview, enabling high-quality collaboration experiences for the open source community at work and in educational institutions. Users can download native Linux packages in .deb and .rpm formats here. We are constantly improving based on community feedback, so please upload and submit comments based on your experience.
The Microsoft Teams client is the first Microsoft 365 application to arrive on Linux desktops and will support all core Teams functionality. Teams is the hub of teamwork that brings together chat, video meetings, calls, and collaboration on Office 365 documents and business processes into a single, integrated experience.
I sincerely hope this is the harbinger of the rest of Microsoft Office which is also finding its way to Linux natively. LibreOffice is workable in a pinch, but for good compatibility, nothing beats the real Office (unfortunately). I wouldn’t be surprised if Microsoft had long since had Linux versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.